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Provocative piece in the Seattle Times over the weekend about the potential impact of climate change on the food supply - and the businesses that depend on it.

“In coming decades, climate scientists say, the Northwest will continue to experience warmer air and water temperatures, drier summers, lower snowpack, more extreme precipitation events and increased flooding.” While, as the Times writes, famers in the Pacific Northwest are used to climate variability, “now they face new challenges from human-caused climate change. What does this mean for our state’s food and wine production?”

The Times offers profiles of four people and companies that are doing their best to build resilience into their business models, and you can read it here.
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